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English to Slang letter T

Telephone Al Capone
'She just keeps Rabbiting on the Al Capone.'

Telly Auntie Nelly

Telly Roger Mellie

Telly Marie Correlli

Telly Matthew Kelly
'what's on the Matthew Kelly tonight mate?'

Telly Liza Minnelli
'What's on the Liza'

Telly K Y Jelly
'Fred's on the KY Jelly'

Telly Wobbly Jelly

Ten Tony Benn
'Should we call it a Tony Benner'

Ten Uncle Ben
'Lend me an Uncle Ben will you?'

Ten Big Ben

Ten Bill and Ben

Ten Dirty Den

Ten (£10) Speckled Hen
'Lend us a Speckled son.'

Ten (pounds) Nigel Benn
'Lend us a Nigel.'

Ten pounds Pavarotti
'Lend us a Pavarotti'

Tenner Jim Fenner
'Where's that Jim you owe me?'

Tenner (10 pound note) Louise Wener

Tenner (10 pound note) Paul Mckenna

Tennis Les Dennis
'When's the Les Dennis on?'

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